Companies are typically diligent about conducting pre-hire background checks to ensure candidates meet company policies before they begin working. But the need for screening doesn’t end there. Have you ever thought about running annual checks or even continuous monitoring? What about background checks that reveal arrests or pending criminal matters vs. convictions only? Join Accurate Background and employment law experts Pam Devata and Jennifer Mora, of Seyfarth Shaw, LLC, as they navigate the legal issues confronting employers that consider criminal history both before and during employment.
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